Quanzhou Museum, also known as the World South Fujian Cultural Exhibition Center, is free to visit. The museum exhibits the development history of Quanzhou and the culture of southern Fujian. Quanzhou Museum is a very good local museum, which is worth taking some time to visit carefully. Quanzhou is the center of South Fujian, and Minnan dialect is the common language between Fujian and Taiwan. According to the exhibition content, Minnan dialect is the integration of the ancient language of the Central Plains and the Minyue dialect, which preserves many elements of the ancient language of the Central Plains. During the late Han and Jin Dynasties, the war in Central Plains lasted for many years, and a large number of civilians in Central Plains migrated to the south of the Yangtze River to avoid the war. The "clothes South crossing" has brought advanced culture and production technology to Fujian-Vietnam region. The people of the Central Plains lived along the river, which gave Jinjiang its name.
The West Lake Museum, free of charge, opens at 9 a.m. and is closed at 4:30 p.m. The Museum introduces in detail the origin and development of southern Fujian, the changes and development of Quanzhou ancient city, and the rich and colorful culture of southern Fujian. At present, some areas of the pavilion are being renovated and upgraded, and some of the high-quality products are going out for exhibition, but it is still worth seeing.
Free Admission. Near the Fujian-Taiwan Margin Museum, West Lake Park, Qingyuan Mountain Scenic Area. There are not many places and few things, but there are two bright spots: 1. There are many interactive designs, such as touch screen, buttons, video, two-dimensional code scanning, listening and interpretation. 2. Minnan dialect knowledge, Fujian dialect point reading, listening and listening are different, some commonly used words, characteristic words know very long knowledge, will be closer to ancient Chinese.
Quanzhou Museum is located in the north of West Lake Park under Qingyuan Mountain. It is a comprehensive museum with the architectural style of southern Fujian. It is a historical reappearance of Quanzhou ancient port civilization and the "Silk Road on the Sea". Quanzhou History Exhibition is located on the second floor of the museum. It takes Quanzhou History as the main line. Starting from the ancient forest sites in Shenzhen and Shanghai in ancient times, it includes the traces of the ancestors of Fujian and Vietnam living and multiplying on this land; the prosperity of the Silk Road on the sea; the prosperity of the largest port in the East; and the brilliance of Quanzhou in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Folk collection exhibition and folk painting and calligraphy exhibition on the third floor provide a space for collectors to display their collections. To Quanzhou Museum, you can take Bus No. 202, 203, 37 and Bus No. 26, 17, 21, 2, 27, 33, 6, 39 to Xihu Station. Quanzhou Museum is free to visit.
On the north side of the West Lake, it's also free to visit. There are four exhibition halls on the first floor. They introduce the history of Quanzhou's cultural development. They can learn the history of Zheng He's voyage to the West in an all-round way, and also the history of the development of Moquanzhou dialect. They are very suitable for taking children and friends to visit and study.